About

National Association of Diabetes Centres

The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) is a national collective of organisations that are involved either directly or indirectly in diabetes services and care. The NADC was established to explore mechanisms and implement strategies for improving the standard of care for people with, or at risk of diabetes. NADC member organisations take a leadership role in developing the appropriate networks in their areas in order to achieve this outcome.

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Our vision

To improve the ability of diabetes services to deliver better health outcomes for all people with, or at risk of, diabetes and to promote strategies for the management as well as the prevention of complications.

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Our Goal

To facilitate and promote improved standards of diabetes care through the implementation of evidence-based policies and procedures. The development of national standards and practice of auditing and benchmarking activities are vital to achieving this goal.

Structure of the NADC

The NADC was an organisation established in 1994 by the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) and the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA). The two incorporated professional organisations held joint responsibility of the NADC until June 2014. The ADS now holds sole responsibility for its operations and the NADC is a division of the ADS.

Objectives

  • To increase access to information and networking opportunities among diabetes services that are focussed on the provision of quality care for people with diabetes
  • To promote higher standards of care through benchmarking, quality assurance, research and accreditation
  • To develop policies and procedures to support the delivery of high quality diabetes care and education
  • To encourage and support specialist diabetes services to work with non-diabetes health professionals to optimise the delivery and standards of diabetes care
  • To provide support for smaller diabetes services in regional, rural and remote communities
  • To provide support to primary care, pharmacy and allied health practitioners

Our Team

Natalie Wischer

NADC CEO

Sof Andrikopolous

ADS CEO

Leanne Mullan

NADC Project Manager & MESAC Officer

Linda Valenzisi

Business & Events Manager

Michaela Watts

High Risk Foot Service Project Officer

Joel Lasschuit

High Risk Foot Service Database Manager

Jennifer Nicholas

Diabetes Technology Standards & Accreditation Project Officer

Georgina Frank

Foot Forward Project Officer

Adamandia Kriketos

Models of Care Project Officer

Lei Calma

NADC Admin & Marketing Assistant

Berline Martinez

ADS Admin & Marketing Assistant

Neiljon Dela Cruz

IT & Web Developer

NADC Steering Committee Members

Glynis Ross

ADS President &
NADC Steering Committee

Anthony Rusell

NADC Chair & ADS & NADC Steering Committee

Marg McGill

NADC Steering Committee

Michelle Robins

NADC Steering Committee

Louise Maple-Brown

ADS & NADC Steering Committee

Elaine Pretorius

NADC Steering Committee

Konrad Kangru

NADC Steering Committee

Sophia Zoungas

NADC Steering Committee Member

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